WINDOWS 7 BASIC TROUBLESHOOTING

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					Windows 7 Troubleshooting
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First to check your Cable is plug OR unplug



                            Cable is Plug



                             Cable is Unplug
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If the cable Unplug Call Our Helpdesk.
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Cable is not Unplug the check the IP ADDRESS.




Click On Start

Then In Search Programs write CMD then press Enter
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On command Prompt Write ipconfig & Press ENTER




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Conformed your IP ADDRESS to our Helpdesk Executive.




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On the command prompt check the connectivity by using this command
ping 10.10.11.254 -t it will give you reply from server.




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If you get Reply From 10.10.11.254 It means Connectivity is Ok
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If you get Request Time Out OR Destination Host Unreachable.




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Then register your complain to our Helpdesk Support.

(Ph. 220328/29) (Mob. 9879598914) OR email: support@narmada2home.com
Assign Your Computer a Static IP Address in Windows 7
   Click Start > Control Panel > Network and Internet > Network and Sharing Center




   Click on Change adapter settings.
   Choose your network adapter. (If you have more than one listed) Right-click on the adapter
    and choose "Properties" from the list)




   Under "this connection uses the following items," click once on "Internet Protocol Version 4
    (TCP/IPv4) to select it and then click the "Properties" button.
   Click the radio button for "Use the following IP address:" Enter the static IP Address you'd
    like to use into the IP address box.



   Hit "Tab" when you are finished and the "Subnet mask" value should auto-fill with the
    proper value.




      Finally, you will have to enter the IP Address for your Default Gateway and the IP
       addresses for your Preferred and Alternate DNS servers.

      For your IP address, Subnet Mask, Default gateway And DNS Addresses Call
       HELPDESK on (Ph. 220328/29) (Mob. 9879598914)

      Click "OK" to save your changes, then click "OK" again on the Local Area Connection
       Properties window. You've now assigned your computer a static IP address in Windows

				
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